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Jan 18, 2013 11:00pm PST
doctor was part of the research nearly 20 years ago that provided the science behind the pill. >> if you are exposed to sun, you mutate this signal to the stem cell, and then you get too much in the stem cells and it keeps growing and growing. that's what cancer is. >> the pill acts as an inhibitor to the signal. >> it blocks the signal that the cancer cells receive to keep dwelling and they can shrink away. >> winnie's tumors shrunk away four months after she began to take the pills monthly. the majority of the group saw the same result. >> that was pretty amazing for us. >> and an amazing change for winnie who went back to reading, writing, and most of all, watching san francisco sports on her tv from her nursing home where she's looking forward to the simple pleasures in life. >> coming in and saying good morning, time to get up, beautiful. >> most of all, it seems like letters from the great grandkids light her up. >> i miss you, and i'll see you in a few months. i love you. >> who is this young baby? >> and love from the family who motivates her every day. >> they have al
NBC
Jan 22, 2013 11:00pm PST
science and common sense, i think the terrain parks can be built safely. >> reporter: the american society for testing and materials, an international standards organization, is now trying to figure out if a terrain park's standard is possible with a committee made up of ski resort operators, park designers and engineers like hubbard. all while more and more parks are built. >> what is at risk is kids. and their subsequent lives after spinal cord injuries. that's what is at risk. >> i would be willing to try it. but there is no proven model out there yet. >> reporter: but that could take some time. the standard for ski bindings took more than ten years to develop. we did reach out to several ski resorts in the lake tahoe area. they denied our questions for an on camera interview. the ski resort in washington where kenny salvini was injured at would not comment. but publicly they said a skier or rider accepts the risks associated with the activity. chris gunnerson served at expert witnesses. nbc bay area news. >> thanks. if you have a tip for the investigative union, give us a call
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